Monthly Archives: January 2015

Rt Revd Libby Lane consecrated at York Minster

Home > Europe & Middle East Posted on: January 26, 2015 1:53 PM Photo Credit: Getty Images Related Categories: Bp Lane, England, Stockport The Rt Revd Libby Lane has been consecrated as the first female bishop in the Church of … Continue reading

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Interview with C.of E. Bishop-elect, The Revd. Libby Lane

The Revd Libby Lane will be consecrated as Bishop of Stockport in York Minster tomorrow (Monday) morning. The Church of England has this published this interview. “Recorded on the day her appointment was announced, it has behind the scenes footage … Continue reading

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Tablet: The Vatican and Women

Blogs The Vatican’s trouble with women 23 January 2015 by Tina Beattie It has been an interesting month for Catholic gender politics. First, the Pontifical Council for Culture announced that its 4-7 February assembly would be on “Women’s Cultures: Equality … Continue reading

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C.T. Editorial : the right sort of growth

Right sort of growth Posted: 23 Jan 2015 @ 00:13 – Church Times – Editorial IT IS inevitable that plans to reform an established and diverse institution such as the Church of England will attract criticism, as bees to a … Continue reading

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“Gracious Restraint’ by ABY at Traditionalist Consecration

Sentamu exercises ‘gracious restraint’ over traditionalist bishop’s consecration by Tim Wyatt – CHURCH TIMES – Posted: 22 Jan 2015 @ 05:28 ARCHBISHOP OF YORK Presiding: Dr Sentamu at the consecration of the Bishop of Beverley, in January 2013 THE Archbishop of York, … Continue reading

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Virtual Christianity? – On-Line Pastor for the C. of E.

Church of England makes history with online pastor role Posted on: January 22, 2015 4:57 PM “The ministry would be aimed at 13– 25 year olds. It must be rooted in the non-virtual world and is not an alternative to … Continue reading

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Dilemma in the Church of England – Episcopal Collegiality

One step forward, two giant leaps back – the English Episcopate 21/01/2015 By Kelvin Holdsworth There have been times in my ministry in Scotland when I have really wondered whether the Scottish Episcopal Church’s relationship of full communion with the … Continue reading

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B.B.C. Video – Reality of a Trans-Gender Person

Out of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. ‘My heart is a girl heart’ says transgender 13-year-old 12 January 2015 Last updated at 23:45 GMT Zoey seems like your typical 13-year-old girl from Los Angeles. The … Continue reading

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Religion in Schools can help combat Fundamentalism

Education about religion in schools ‘can help combat fundamentalism’ By staff writers – Ekklesia – 20 Jan 2015 The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland believes that non-proselytising religious education in the school curriculum can help promote … Continue reading

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Dublin R.C. Priest ‘Comes Out’ at Parish Mass

Dublin priest receives standing ovation after saying he is gay during Mass Dublin priest receives standing ovation after saying he is gay during Mass 09 JANUARY 2015 A priest in Dublin received a standing ovation from his congregation as he … Continue reading

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